Found October 25, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
America’s favorite NFL draft bust is back and with better excuses than ever. The same JaMarcus Russell who has been accused of binge eating, had his jersey burned by Oakland Raiders fans, and had his own life coach throw in the towel on him sat down for an interview recently with Sports Illustrated. As expected, [...]
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JaMarcus Russell has been called many things, but "motivated self-starter" has never been one of them. Russell, after all, has become the poster boy for entitled, lazy and overpaid athletes.
CBS Sports reported after a recent interview with the former Oakland QB that "(JaMarcus Russell) doesn't exactly have a track record for being either fiscally responsible...
On Tuesday, Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden underwent tests on his sprained right foot. The good news is that the tests revealed no structural damage. “Yeah, I think all that’s fine,” Jackson said. “And I think what we’ll do is just move forward and see exactly where he is. Can he run? Can he [...]
If Terrell Owens does find a new employer this season, it's unlikely he'll be catching passes from a former teammate.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer said he can't envision Owens being on the receiving end of his passes for a second straight season.
“The problem is that for him to get here there’s not anybody that we could let go," Palmer said referring...
ALAMEDA As the Raiders catch their breath with a bye week, they will do all they can to help Carson Palmer catch up.
Paul Sakuma Associated Press
New Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer played in the second half Sunday because coach Hue Jackson, right, said it would help the team in the long run.
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- As bad as Carson Palmer's three-interception debut with the Oakland Raiders looked, he views it as a valuable teaching tool.
Newly acquired Oakland Raiders QB Carson Palmer threw for three interceptions in his debut. FN contributor Nick Houghtaling isn't worried, and he'll tell you why.
It has been a reoccurring theme this year in the NFL of top teams and players crushing their teams’ hopes. Whether this is through injury or disappointing play, the Oakland Raiders got the best of both worlds in Week 7.
Being the most hyped and analyzed team going into this Week 7, the Raiders were ready to make a statement as a true playoff contender in the AFC. With the loss...
The Raiders lost 28-0 to the Chiefs on Sunday with starting quarterback Kyle Boller and the newly-acquired Carson Palmer both throwing three interceptions. Palmer was acquired in a trade with the Bengals on Tuesday. "It was just an awful feeling walking off the field to be beat like that in the fashion that we were beat," said Palmer, who played for the first time this...
Hue Jackson made the decision not to play Carson Palmer before Sunday's game. Then Kyle Boller happened, and Jackson went against his instinct. Did the Raiders make the right call? Our analysts debate.